Greg Lauren Men’s Fall 2022 – WWD

Since the day of creating his first collection, Greg Lauren has pushed the message of sustainability. And his fall 2022 offer is no exception.

The designer tapped into scraps left over from previous seasons as well as his stock of vintage military fabrics to create a collection that celebrates clothing trends – but in a way that’s unique to Greg Lauren.

“I knew I wanted to tell a story,” the designer said in a Zoom preview from his Los Angeles showroom. And that story revolves around “comfortable, effortless elegance and a return to formal dress.”

Lauren has removed leftovers from previous seasons and recreated them in a variety of looks, from red velvet tails paired with black tuxedo trousers to other versions of the project outfit. rooms are made from vintage overalls or antique blankets that are too old.

Lauren added: “I absolutely love exploring tailoring – I respect the technique. But unlike most traditional outfits, Lauren created unstructured pieces for comfort and ease of wear.

Some of the coolest pieces include a knee-length chiffon shirt dress that he teamed with a velvet tuxedo jacket and black nylon wide-leg trousers with ankle drawstrings. Those trousers are also offered in a commodity version.

“My goal was to give an exercise in restraint and let form and texture get embedded in the DNA of the garment,” he says.

Another eye-catching piece is a pink wool coat, sweatshirt and vest paired with matching trousers that Lauren describes as “watercolour”. Evening coats made from in-house dyed vintage artists’ pants are also a fun alternative to formal wear.

The collection offers a variety of denim fabrics used in outerwear, patchwork sweaters, and jeans, including a new 34-inch pair of pants Lauren has made from vintage fabrics. He switched to classic Army and Navy fabrics for jackets and shirts.

And what would a Greg Lauren collection be without a poncho? “I love ponchos,” he says with a smile. “They have the ability to be so elegant.” For this season, he’s created one from classic denim overalls with a blue-and-white striped linen lining and wide-leg velvet pants.

Lauren also used some leftover buffalo plaid – what he considers “a classic fall menswear fabric” – for the jacket he showed off with a work shirt. Chambray long sleeves and fabric cargos.

He continues his collaboration with Gee’s Bend, the black Alabama quilt for which he created some one-of-a-kind pieces that were sold during an installation at Bergdorf Goodman last fall. This time, he commissioned the team to create products that could be produced commercially and made available to more retailers. The result is a hand-dyed indigo fishtail painter/ quilter jacket and another fishtail parka in striking black and white mosaic.

In the fall, Lauren proves once again her ability to create a world of bohemian luxury with continental sensuality – all using premium materials. Greg Lauren Men’s Fall 2022 – WWD


DevanCole is a Interreviewed U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. DevanCole joined Interreviewed in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing:

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